Top 3 Places for Accommodation for a Tourist in Naples

Top 3 Places for Accommodation for a Tourist in Naples

Top 3 Places for Accommodation for a Tourist in Naples

Italy's third largest city has a lot to boast about! Naples city sits at the foothills of Mount Vesuvius in the gorgeous bay of Naples. The wealth of cultural assets of Naples being extraordinary, the city is home to over 448 churches and historical monuments, among which a lot of them are awarded as world heritage sights by UNESCO! Here, you get to see some of the best theatres and Operas of Europe, as well as tempting choices of Italian cuisines including all kind of pizzas, pasta and delicious bread that you could ever dream of!

And the best part about Naples? No matter which neighborhood of the city you are in, you find numerous attractions and artifacts that won't let you turn around. Head to the Museo Cappella Sanseverino to or walk through the Bourbon Tunnel, where the remains of World War II can be found. You can make no count on the things you can do in Naples! So to make your stay in Naples more worthwhile, check out some of the best neighborhoods to stay in Naples:

1. Centro Storico

In this Central area of Naples, you get to see one of the biggest historical city centers on the planet! Amidst the cobbled streets, filled with the ancient architecture having more than 300 spires, you get to gawk at the best of medieval architecture in Europe! The historic buildings of this town are awarded with the title of the Heritage site by UNESCO. This neighborhood in Naples rests in the heart of the city, making it convenient to travel to all other districts in Naples. The best things to see in the City Center include the Gothic Naples Cathedral, which was constructed in the 13th century and is full of beautiful artworks from talented Italian artists; a pure sight to visitors! Right next to the Cathedral is the Basilica Santa Restituta, one that happens to be one of the most ancient chapels in Naples. There are numerous churches in the city that you can unwind, but it would surely take you more than 1 life to see them all! Therefore, the best recommended is the Santa Chiara, a magnificent complex with a gorgeous monastery and an archeological museum. Here, you also get to see some of the finest museums of the country. The National Archeological Museum is the one that proudly showcases Pompeii and Herculaneum artifacts, as well as sculptures and antiques from Roman and Greek times. Besides all this, Naples is known for its castles, which you can find in plenty in the City Center, including Castle Nuovo and Castle dell'Ovo. Nearby is Europe's first Aquarium, another tourist spot in Naples not to be missed!

2. Piazza del Plebiscito

Piazza del Plebiscito, and everything that surrounding it, consists of a large part of the history of Naples. This square is the center of modern Naples and therefore has a lot of attractions to unravel. Stroll through this area and you will be able to see ancient monuments such as the Royal Palace, the Basilica of San Francisco de Paula, the Sereno Palace and many more. The Square is also home to Galleria Umberto, a 19th-century shopping passage, where you can probably buy some souvenirs to create memoirs of your trip to Naples. Piazza del Plebiscito is also a venue that hosts plenteous cultural events such as concerts, live Television broadcasts, pulling in hordes of artists, bohemians and all sorts of urban tribes. Other than that, the famous Opera house and Saan Carlo Theatre are also located in this area. To the northern side of the piazza, there are some great cafes where you could find a spot to eat, drink or just sit idle for people watching. All in all, you could do everything from exploring all the tourist attractions to splurging out on souvenir shopping.

3. Marceto

The neighborhood of Marceto actually means ‘Market‘ in English, and that is what you get to see in this area. The Square contains various stalls that sell clothes, jewelery, food and toys, making it a great place to buy stuff at reasonable prices. Not just this, Marceto is also home to some great churches and tourist attractions. Plus, you get to unwind an adequate number of restaurant and cafes, where you could just relax after roaming in the city.

Trip to Naples is more than just Pizza! Book a ticket and you’ll more than agree with us!